Today we talk about Urban decay anti aging eye primer review. This is the eyelid base and especially the Primer Potion by Urban Decay .
Before applying any makeup or liner, the eyelid base has become an indispensable gesture of my routine makeup. It is this step that allows me to bring out the colors of eye shadows and especially to keep them in place throughout the day.I know the primer potion Urban Decay for years and for good reason, it is the 1st that I bought when there was still it and the shadow insurrance of Too Faced on the market. I had however left it 3 years ago for the base Elf.
Urban Decay Anti Aging Eye Primer Review
The little novelty compared to my memories? Well it is now declined in 3 other ways: anti-aging, beige and satin. So I chose a colorful, beige Eden.I really wanted a base of this kind, much like the paint pot of Mac that always uses Cyrielle in video, in order to unify my eyelid and to hide the small visible ships that are how I went back to “l ‘essential”.
Primer Potion Urban Decay: The base that keeps my make-up
Primer Potion Urban Decay: Packaging
Urban Decay’s primer potion has changed packaging several times since its release. Today it is found in a soft beige tube that reflects the color of the base it contains. By unscrewing the multifaceted crystal effect cap, there is a foam applicator like a concealer.
This new packaging, although less hygienic, is very practical and allows to dose the product as desired.Who has not already pressed a tube causing too much product without being able to put back the excess ?! I’m sure it speaks to you!Clearly I validate the packaging! Beautiful and efficient!
Primer Potion Urban Decay: The test
At the product level, it takes very little to do the job. I mean: no need to spread the eyelid, the product is very concentrated!
I warn you because I got myself the first time!
You just need to squeeze the tip of the foam applicator once on each eyelid and that’s more than enough! At 21,50 € the 10ml of concentrated base, the primer potion remains a really economic product of an excellent quality / price ratio!
The Eden shade is much pigmented clear beige that is almost the same color as my skin! This color allows me to unify easily and quickly my eyelid: exit the visible vessels and the differences of pigmentation!
The texture is quite thick but spreads easily.
I always powder it with my powder beauty amplifier of Sephora in order to fix it and to be able to easily mix my eye shadows.
With this primer potion of beige color, my make-up stands out much more. The colors seem more intense and especially they hold all day without spinning in my eyelid!
There is nothing more annoying than doing a nice makeup in the morning and end up with all the makeup in the crease of the eyelid at the end of the day!
This eyelid routine is my winning combo for every day. My primer potion Eden combined with my powder Sephora allows me to hold my makeup all day! I do not have the fat eyelid of nature so for those who are in this case I really cannot tell you if my combination could be as infallible to you.
- – Very economical product : very little material
- – Base available in several versions, beige Eden color very pigmented
- – Highlights the colors of the make-up
- – Unifies the eyelid perfectly – Holds
The make-up and the liner all day without spinning in the lid of the eyelid
- – Value for money
- – Packaging very nice
Applicator with nozzle foam super convenient
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Primer Potion Urban Decay: Report
As you can see, it is quite rare that I really have nothing to reproach for a product! This is the case for the Primer Potion Urban Decay in Eden. Lucky goes! 😉
It is a product that I had forgotten and I rediscovered with pleasure and especially adored in this beige ultra pigmented shade. In addition to allowing me to hold my makeup all day, this tinted version allows me to unify my eyelid in a … spectacular way!
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It is a big blow of heart that I recommend to all except the black skins for which I would advise the original potion primer (uncoloured) of Urban Decay.